Kokua unveils new additions to Like-a-Bike range

Company celebrates launch of new Hardy and Rosalie with competition for fans to win bike of their choice.
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Specialist balance bike manufacturer Kokua has unveiled two new entry level bikes to its popular Like-a-Bike range.

The new Hardy and Rosalie are both suitable for children aged between two and six-years-old.

The Hardy has been developed to appeal to young boys while the Rosalie is targeted at young girls.

Both bikes retail at £99.95.

Sales Director at Like-a-Bike UK, John Stainthorpe says: “The launch of Hardy and Rosalie is an exciting new development from Kokua as it extends the reach of the Like-a-Bike range to new young riders.

"Both bikes have been built to same high standards that have made Like-a-Bike the number one brand for balance bikes but with a lower entry price which we hope will encourage more youngsters to get on two wheels.”

To celebrate the new lines, Like-a-Bike has launched a competition on its Facebook page, offering one lucky winner the chance to win either a Hardy or Rosalie bike in the colour of their choice.

Fans can enter the competition by liking the Facebook page at https://apps.facebook.com/easypromos/promotions/81773 and answer a question about the company.

The closing date for the competition is Tuesday 30 April.

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